HOW I USUALLY SPEND MY NIGHTS – ENGLISH COMPOSITION

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                                    How I usually spend my nights

                                               Teacher’s Activities

Activity one (1): Draw out sentences from the students about how they usually spend their nights.

Activity two (2): Tell them how you do spend your nights and guide them on how school children should spend their nights.

Activity three (3): To guide the pupils in writing a detailed composition about the topic, write and explain the following guidelines on the board.

Activity four (4): Look at, interpret, and explain the example.

                                  GUIDELINES

Paragraph one (1):  Write a about when your nights usually start and what you usually do before your night start.

Paragraph two (2) and three (3): Write about those things (activities) you usually do at nights before going to bed.

                COMPOSITION: HOW I USUALLY SPEND MY NIGHTS

      My night starts at 7 o’clock in the evening every day after I might finished with my domestic chores of washing dishes and helping mother in the kitchen to prepare dinner.

     I eat dinner with my family at quarter past 7. The dinner usually lasts for about 20 minutes. After dinner, I rest for about five minutes and listen to 8’ O clock news on AIT, my favourite Tv Channel. The news usually lasts for one hour. Africa independence Television (Ait) news is very informative and educative. Politics, Economy, entertainment, foreign affairs and sports are the major segments of the news.

   After the news, I do my homework, if any, far about thirty minutes. I join the rest of my family members for night prayer at half past ten and go to bed immediately after the prayer.

Pupil’s Activity one (1): Read the example and pay attention.

Pupil’s Activity two (2): Write with care and in details a composition about a story you have been told.

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